This is a very famous verse in the Bible, but how many people actually put this into practice? Well, looking around the world, the answer is obvious. There are deeper levels to this verse, to this idea, to this concept that the majority of Christians are not aware of, let us explore this idea on a deeper level.
This verse is basically telling us to treat other people how we would like to be treated. Yes, around the world we see people outwardly showing kindness, affection and love to many of the people who are in their lives on a regular basis. What is the point in doing this however when the mind is full of resentment and judgemental thoughts about the person your being outwardly nice to?
All our experiences in the physical realm are a result of what we believe to be true and our thought patterns and our feelings are also a reflection of those beliefs. If you have negative beliefs about certain people in your life, then you are only going to experience a version of that person who reflects those belief systems. If you have any hate, or resentment towards a person, then you can pretty much guarantee that eventually that resentment is going to be projected back onto you; by them.
We must do unto others as we would do unto ourselves mentally also. We must discard the negative beliefs we have about others, we must stop judging them for their imperfections and how they may have wrong done us in the past. The other people in your life are only a reflection of your own mind, as everything in the physical realm is made up of your own consciousness, your own energy. So to hate another or to resent another is to resent yourself.
You have the imagination for a reason and when you think negatively in a judgemental way about another person then you are misusing it. Use your imagination to do unto others as you would do unto yourself, by seeing the good in them. Even have mental conversations with them, congratulating them for things that haven’t even happened yet. Project onto them the one true desire that we all crave, and that is to be anchored in the supportive and unconditional love of God.
Some people when they look at others; they don’t see their divine qualities, they see their faults, they see their mistakes and insecurities, but I say identify them with what’s good in them. Identify the people in your life with that light of God that can never truly be diminished. In doing this and practising this, ye shall shift the version of that person you experience in your reality. We only experience the versions of the people in our lives because of how our belief systems are set up in the unconscious; about them and mainly about ourselves.
On the sermon of the mount Jesus Christ said; ““All things whatsoever ye would that men should do to you, do ye even so to them.” The Mosaic law contains a parallel commandment: “Whatever is hurtful to you, do not do to any other person.”
This is the law of the prophets; it is the divine law of knowing that whatever you put out, is what ye get back. When one becomes a master in using this law, the world becomes a playground. One must train their mind to see everyone’s good side, so they can shift to the reality they prefer, with all the versions of other people in their reality they prefer. To be a judgemental person is not who anyone prefers to be, but many have been conditioned to become addicted to it. Retrain your mind by using your imagination to discover your light within all ye behold. Then, the other people in your reality will reflect that light of your love within them, and become unto you a witness of your conscious manifestation.
Love everyone, Love yourself, Love God.
Thank you for reading.